Warning: This story contains graphic details. Reader discretion is advised. A Huron Shores resident was arrested and faces several charges after an incident involving pointing a replica gun at common-law partner.
: The Sault chapter of the Alzheimer Society is changing how it raises funds through Alzheimer's awareness month.
Despite ruling that a search of a suspect's vehicle wasn't warranted, an Ontario Superior Court judge has ruled that evidence from the search – illegal drugs – is still admissible.
A strong finish to the 2020 real estate market in the Sault bodes well for the future, the city's real estate board says.
Few details are available, but one person is in hospital as Sault Ste. Marie Police investigate a weapons call in the 200 block of Wellington Street West.
Employment stats for Sault Ste. Marie and the surrounding area show a steady jobs picture heading into 2021.
A snowmobiler who went missing Jan. 8 was rescued by the Ontario Provincial Police on Jan. 9 near Wawa.
Sault Ste Marie Mayor Christian Provenzano is urging parents to take advantage of virtual learning if they are able to do so.
Students in northeastern Ontario are set to return to in-person learning Monday amid the extended lockdown, while their southern counterparts remain home until Jan. 25.
The president and CEO of the Sault Area Hospital (SAH) has returned from a trip to British Columbia, with the support of the board chair, the hospital announced Sunday.
A cultural music and dance organization is looking to make St. Joseph Island its permanent home.
Two northeastern Ontario health units are each reporting seven new cases of COVID-19.
Three Cochrane men have been fined in connection with moose hunting violations that took place in October 2018.
The parents of a 27-year-old Calgary man have been charged following an investigation into alleged neglect.
A search and rescue operation in B.C. resumed Friday morning as crews look for a hiker lost on the Howe Sound Crest Trail in Cypress Provincial Park.
Ontario health officials are recording a spike in the number of people who have died due to COVID-19, as the province reports just over 2,900 new cases of the disease.
A new study has found that saliva testing is as efficient in testing for COVID-19 as the nasal test.
An Ontario MPP who sent Premier Doug Ford a two-page letter calling the provincial lockdown "deadlier than COVID" has been kicked out of caucus for his "irresponsible" comments.
Over the next month Canada will be experiencing a 'temporary' delay in Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine shipments due to the pharmaceutical giant's expansion plans at its European manufacturing facility, with the shortage resulting in up to 50 per cent of coming doses delayed.
Maj.-Gen. Dany Fortin says a temporary delay will impact supply shipments from Pfizer for the next month.
A cabinet minister's tweet about a note his 10-year-old son received after reaching out to a lonely new kid at his school has gone viral.
An effort is underway to have a banner honouring Nova Scotia's first Black NHL player prominently displayed once again, after it was sold at a yard sale three years ago.
The emergence of new variants of the original coronavirus is adding urgency to vaccinate.
A third grader from Toronto's astronaut dream has already drawn the support of one on the ISS.
CF Montreal, the city’s newly renamed pro soccer team announced their new name to mixed reaction.
The spread of COVID-19 continues to surge rapidly across the country and federal officials are urging swift action to avoid Canadian doctors having to make 'impossible choices,' such as who gets an ICU bed.
As provinces issue lockdown orders, curfews and other restrictions to combat record daily COVID-19 cases, with ICUs in some urban centres near capacity, Canadians are reminded to seek emergency care as they normally would should it be necessary.
The global death toll from COVID-19 topped 2 million Friday as vaccines developed at breakneck speed are being rolled out around the world in an all-out campaign to vanquish the threat.
Ont. Premier Doug Ford kicked out Roman Baber from the party after the MPP claimed the COVID-19 lockdowns in Ontario are doing more harm than good.
Manitoba says eligibility will now include people who work at congregate group care settings such as homeless shelters.
Justin Trudeau on why some Canadians can’t travel outside their homes, but they can get on a flight and go abroad.